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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Uniform Title: Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 2007
Frequency: semiweekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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December 5, 2007


in Milton

S.Victim's ex-boyfriend

is charged with murder

The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department has
arrested a man accused of
murdering his
during the
early hours of /
morning in
Milton. l o
The sus-
pect, Daniel ,
Lee Hodges, ..
22, has been
charged with .
one open . i-
count of mur- .
der for the 4
death of 23- "
year - old
Tonya Sellars,
as well as one
count of cruel- Ho
ty to a child-
Sellars and Hodges' three
year-old daughter was at home
at the time of the murder.
Scott Haines with the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's

Department says Sellars' body
was discovered by a relative
who stopped by the victim's
home at 6988 Begonia Street
after Sellars failed to answer
phone calls.
when the rela-
tive found the
little girl who
_ told the family
... ' member her
S mother had
been killed,
Haines says.
reports the
child is
S presently in
Sthe care of rel-
atives, and
attempts to
interview her
ges may be made
to see what, if

any, information they can
Preliminary reports indi-
cated Sellars was the victim of
! See MURDER Page 5A

A Nissan Altima crashed into the Bagdad Post Office Monday afternoon. A customer inside sustained minor injuries and was trans-
ported to the Santa Rosa Medical Center for treatment of minor cuts and bruises. The driver of the car, Grace Allen of Milton did not
require medical treatment. The post office sustained an estimated $50,000 in damages.
Photo courtesy of Donna Register

SCrash occurs

--..a . . .at Bagdad PO

Members of the Bagdad Volunteer Fire Department assist with
the clean up of the post office after the car was removed.
Press Gazette photo by Josh Wilks

P *1 I/ ' i'r ' 'P , ' * *. -
The Bagdad Post Office
got a surprise delivery
Monday afternoon when a
2005 Nissan Altima car
crashed into the front of the
building, injuring a customer
in the front lobby and causing
an estimated $50,000 in dam-
ages, the Florida Highway
Patrol reported.
The customer, Sandra
Monier, 65, of Milton was
inside and sustained minor
injuries. Monier was trans-
ported to the Santa Rosa
Medical Center for treatment.
The driver of the car, Grace
Allen, of Milton, was not
injured and did not require
medical treatment. She was
charged with careless driv-

Allen attempted to park
and missed the,Jbrake ,pedal,
hitting the gas instead,
Florida Highway Patrol Lt.
Steve Preston said.
The car knocked down
the glass-framed section of
the front lobby and office
where Monier was standing.
"(The driver) came right
through the front of the
building," Bagdad: Fire. Chief
Claude Dunlap said at the
accident scene. "The car
went right through the glass."
Two post office employees
were in the building at the
time and were not injured, said
Milton Postmaster Leon
"The employees are going
See CRASH Page 5A

'Papa Bear' set to leave Berryhill

7 Terry Neustaedter to retire after 34 years as principal

For nearly 40 years, Terry
Neustaedter has molded
young minds and shaped lives
of thousands of Santa Rosa
students. When he wakes on
New Year's Day, Neustaedter
will be officially retired from
the Santa Rosa County School
District with 39 years and six
months of service.
In his 34 years as principal
at Berryhill, Neustaedter has
seen thousands of students
come and go, many growing

up to be educators them-
selves-including his own
Neustaedter entered edu-
cation at a time when it need-
ed him most. In 1968, Florida
teachers staged the first
statewide teachers' strike in
U.S. history. Teachers were
walking out of classrooms
because of under-funding of
the education system at a time
when attendance was rising
sharply, and low pay and few
benefits were offered to teach-

"I came in about the time
when the legislature - started
improving schools in response
to teacher walk-outs,"
Neustaedter says. "We started
seeing changes at that time."
Neustaedter has seen the
wheel reinvented time and
again regarding education
standards. He's seen curricu-
lum requirements swing back
and forth like a clock pendu-
lum. He's seen success stories
with troubled children. He's
witnessed heartwrenching sit-

He ' s
seen it all.
And he
regret one
bit of it.
Baxley, a
teacher Neustaedter
w h o
worked for Neustaedter for


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County works on updating future road plan

Santa Rosa County com-
missioners voted Thursday
to postpone approval of a
series of recommendations
by county transportation
planners that would direct
how new development
impact fees are spent in
transportation enhancement
projects throughout the next
15 years.
"We need to have all the
available resources on the
table before we make a deci-
sion," Commissioner John

Broxson said. "We need to
coordinate with neighboring
counties, and think in terms
of what's good for the area,
not just Santa Rosa County."
In a 90-minute meeting,
the commissioners discussed
with county staff what areas
of transportation enhance-
ments should be addressed
in Santa Rosa County to
keep pace with future
The projects presented
included recommendations
for the southern, central and
northern areas of Santa Rosa

A majority of discussion
focused on the Pace area's
"five points" intersection
where Chumuckla Highway,
Berryhill, Woodbine, and
Quintette roads intercon-
The commissioners
asked county planners to
bring back recommendations
that include a full under-
standing of the five points
area regarding remaining
right of way purchases and
constructions options that
include how the project can

be coordinated all at once
instead of piecemeal
Other proposed projects
within the county include
the following:
* Purchase of right of
way along the U.S. 90 corri-
dor in East Milton;
* Project Development &
Environment (PD&E) study
of U.S. 90 in East Milton
that would follow with the
design of the corridor.
* Realignment of the
Chumuckla Highway and
Allentown Road intersection;

* Design, right of way
purchase and alignment of
various segments of
Highway 87;
* Construction of passing
lanes on Highway 87 south
of Highway 4;
* Purchase of right of
way for community access
roads in the Navarre area for
local traffic connections;
* Operational improve-
ments through Midway.
The commissioners
agreed that spending the
impact fee funds on
See ROADS Page 5A

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Hot Motor Home

The Milton Fire Department responded to this motor home
on Oakcrest Road in Milton, which caught fire Monday
around 9:25 a.m. Fire Chief John Reble says the owner was
in the process of trying to repair the engine when the old vehi-
cle caught fire accidentally. A nearby shed was damaged and
the motor home was deemed a complete loss despite a quick
response by the department, reports Reble. No other struc-
tures, including the house on the property, were damaged.
Photo courtesy of Gary Jones


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Farrington, Vera
Vera Voncille Farrington,
age 77, went to be with her
Lord on Friday, November 30,
2007. Mrs. Farrington was a
lifelong native of Santa Rosa
County. She is the daughter of
the late Robert Dayton Hobbs
Sr. and Mary Ann Hobbs.
Voncille was a registered
nurse and had served as super-
visor of the Santa Rosa
Hospital ER through 1975.
Since 1975, Voncille and her
husband "Gator" owned and
operated Gator's Seafood
Restaurant, on Farrington
Lake, in Milton. She was a
member of Grace Bible
Church, of Milton.
Voncille was preceded in
death by her sister-Dr. Edna
Earle Hobbs and brother-
Robert Dayton Hobbs, Jr.
Mrs. Farrington is sur-
vived by her husband of 52
years-Earl "Gator"
Farrington; her daughter-
Lisa (Keith) Jeffers, of Milton;
her son-William E. "Bill"
(Jennifer) Farrington, II, of
Milton; four grandchildren-
Jeffrey (Jackie) Bennett,
Brandon Bennett, Zachary
Farrington, and Abigail
Farrington; her sister-Mary
Ann Nobles, of Milton; sister-
in-law-Carolyn Hobbs, of
Milton; and several special
nieces, nephews and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Farrington were 2:3(U p.m.,
Sunday, December 2, 2007 at
Grace Bible Church with Rev.
Tod Brainard officiating.
Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation
was from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.,
Saturday, December 1, 2007 at
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Pallbearers were Jeffrey
Bennett, Brandon Bennett,
Zachary Farrington, Pat
McLellan, Ben Hobbs and
Paul Hobbs.
Honorary pallbearers were
Mary Katherine Griffis,
Doreen Cato, Barbara
Brouillette, Eleanor Olsey,
Abbie Jean Weekley, Charlie
and Shirley Brown, Patti
Smith, Dr. Antonio Ballagas,
Debbie Cagle and Dr. John
Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton Chapel is in charge of

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Frank Swanner

Someone who has made a difference

Frank Swanner and his family moved
. 'to Milton from North Alabama in
1960 and became involved in the
community through participation in
church and civic groups. He served
., on the Santa Rosa Democratic
... Committee and was a member of the
.. -- Santa Rosa County Civil Service
SI iBoard for many years. It was also his
pleasure to serve with the Sunrise
Kawanis Club for a great many

His faith is also important to Frank.
Frank Swanner He was active at Ferris Hill Baptist
Church for over 25 years where he
served as Deacon, and he also served as treasurer of the Santa Rosa Baptist
Association. After his wife, Thelma, passed away, he attended New Life Baptist
Church with his family. He has been a valuable member there for over 20

In addition to boating and bowling, softball was a passion. He enjoyed playing
in the church league with Ferris Hill well past age 63. If you ask Frank he will
tell you that other than his faith and family, one of the things he is most proud
of is serving his country with the Army in World War II. He landed on D-Day at
Utah Beach and served in France, Belgium and North Africa.

Frank is an honorable citizen who has been faithful to his country and commu-
nity through distinguished service and commitment and deserves the Salute that
is extended with thanks and appreciation...


Hwy 90 at 89, Milton



Monday, 5:14 a.m.
Hello, the Saturday edi-
tion of the Press Gazette
spoke about the teachers get-
ting a pay raise... good for
them, they need it. The elect-
ed officials, the Board of
County Commissioners, the
Sheriff, the Clerk, the Tax
Collector-all of them have
already received their pay
raise for the year. What about
the county employees? They
have to pay $3.00 a gallon for
gas and $4.00 a gallon for
milk. But I believe they were
told there'd be no cost of liv-
ing raise, or pay raise. That
doesn't seem quite fair. This
could be addressed. I'm sure
all the county employees
would appreciate it. Thank

Sunday, 10:10 a.m.
In regards to your
"Educators seek pay raise"
story - I think it's terrible for
those teachers to ask for 8.5%
increase for 2007/2008. I
think that's absolutely wrong
for the 3.22%. I'm personal-
ly on social security and I
think ours is approximately
As far as teachers work-
ing second jobs, I think that's
a choice. I have members of
my young family that are
working second jobs, and
they're glad to be able to get
the additional income. I just
don't see anything wrong
with. 3.22% for those teach-
ers. `
I think this is ludicrous.
Thank you.

Saturday, 6:17 p.m.
Yes, this is John. I'd like
to comment on the loud
radios that were mentioned
in the Wednesday section. If
he thinks he's got problems
he should live where I do.
All these SUVs and boom
boxes come by 24/7.
They've got all these big
cars and boom boxes, but I
wonder if they have jobs to
go to because they run up
and down the road booming
and irritating all those who
are trying to sleep and work.
Thank you very much.

Saturday, 5:46 p.m.
This is Judy. The last two
times [the editorial page fea-
tured] Jim Hightower, and I
don't know if he works for
you or not, but I'm getting
sick of him taking up the
guest viewpoint all the time.
Let's have something other
than his viewpoint because
I'm certainly offended by

Saturday, 2:48 p.m.

I find it amazing that a
church that decries one holiday
as unchristian would use a
pagan symbol for a sale for its
youth group. Just something
to think about.

Saturday, 2:16 p.m.
Hello, this is Lee. I live in
Pace. I read an article in
today's paper, Saturday, about
the incident at Three Mile
Island. There was no melt-
down as stated, and no gas was
released into the atmosphere.
Also, nuclear power houses
generate clean electric power,
more so than any other type of
power. I believe this was a
case of crying wolf. I was
safety supervisor of Unit 1 at
Three Mile Island, and I would
appreciate it if people would
stop bashing our President.
Thank you Santa Rosa.

Friday, 10:18 a.m.
Yes, I would like to know
what the status on the new
courthouse is. They're stating
they are willing to spend
$80,000 an acre to buy the
property either on Avalon
Blvd. or in Pea Ridge. And
with money being so tight as it
is today, I' like to know why
we can't use that money for
other resources. I would like to
know why they don't want to
put it in East Milton. I heard on
the radio it's because they
don't think East Milton is as
attractive. I would like to hear
from other East Milton people
to see how they feel about their
local area. Why is every one
pushing for the courthouse to
be on Avalon when they can't
handle the traffic already?

Friday, 8:00 a.m.
Yes, I must take this holi-
day time to thank all the men
and woman, and their families,
for serving our country so that
we can celebrate this time with
our families and be free. We
want to thank your for all your
sacrifices, we truly are grate-
ful. Happy Holidays to all you
people that serve our armed
forces. Thank you very much
and Merry Christmas.

Thursday, 9:15 p.m.
Hello,, I'm Marian. I'm
calling in reference to the
Grandpa that called complain-
ing about the panhandlers at
Carpenter's Park. Months ago
a blonde headed woman came
to my house with a gas related
story. I lent her ten dollars.
There are times that good peo-
ple are too embarrassed to ask
for help. The con-artists, I
hope, will soon be caught and

Thursday, 8:47 a.m.
Some sandwich chain
restaurants have the sickest tel-
evision commercials. I think
they are very unprofessional
and sloppy. Talk about losing
your appetite. All their ads
look unsanitary, especially the
one with the stupid doll on the
dashboard. When it is time for
a hungry meal there are many
eateries in the US that we
enjoy. Sorry sloppy hamburg-
er commercials, I hardly have
an appetite. I will not take my
children to places that adver-
tise unclean looking commer-
cials. This is Mel.

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-December 5, 2007

Sheriff's Report


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Nou all the best.
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Bostwick. Jeffrey Scott;
Male: 37: 6010 Syrcle Ave.,
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 11/13/07
Johnson. Caleb Bryan;
Male: 18: 518 N. 71st Ave..
Pensacola; Burglary of
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed. Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 11/13/07
Scott. Louis Allen; Male;
20; 4308 Log Lake Rd, Holt;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000, Stolen
Prop-Dealing In Stolen
Property (3 cts.). 11/13/07-
Witt. Brenda Lynne;
Female; 40; 6403 Skyline Dr,
Milton; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription,
Probation Violation-Felony (2
cts.). 11/13/07
Scholz, Crystal Delight;
Female; 33; 4315 Merito St.,
Pensacola; Fraud-False

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Statement to Obtain
U n e m p lo y ment
Compensation. 11/13/07
Settle. Jr. Wayne
Douglas; Male; 30; 2518
Valley Rd., Navarre; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 11/13/07
Cummings, Alicia
Carlice; Female; 18; 905
Whispering Circle, St.
Augustine; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/14/07
Gooden, Shawn Tavaris;
Male; 27; 536 Selina St.,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/14/07
Martin, Jennifer Marie;
Female; 37; 8320 Durand
Ave., Pensacola; Stolen Prop-
Dealing in Stolen Property,
Fraud-Swindle Obtain
Property Under $20,000.
Melton, Kim Tanguay;
Female; 40; 6100 Patricia
Ave,, Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense, Cruelty
Toward Child At That Could
Result in Phys Mental Injury
(2 cts.). 11/13/07
Piciullo, Christy
Michelle; Female; 29; 1506
College Pkwy, Gulf Breeze;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Drugs
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Possess Cocaine.
Pitts Brian Tyler; Male;
39; 8404 Punjob Rd, Milton;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/In 10 Years,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
Jenkins, Samuel Ray;
Male; 13; 4240 Wellington Dr,
Pace; Sex Asslt By Under 18
YOA Sex Battery Victim
Under 12 YOA (2 cts.).
Miller, Matthew Evan;
Male; 14; 5953 Ridgeview Dr,
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under
$1,000, Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More (2 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-Grand
of Fire Extinguisher. 11/14/07
Peaden, Luther Paul;
Male; 50; 5868 McCall Rd,
Pace; Drugs-Possess new

Legend Drug W/O
Prescription, Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 11/14/07
Tisdale. Jr., Victor Stuart;
Male; 14; 4256 Avenida San
Marcus, Pace; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Under,
Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed (3 cts.),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More (2 cts,), Larc-
Grand of Fire Extinguisher,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More. 11/14/07
Valletto, Steven Eugene;
Male; 44; 108 Seagrass Way,
Panama City Beach;
Contempt of Court-Circuit.
Upchurch. Sabrina Gail;
Female; 27; 282 Regal Rd,
Jackson, GA; Fugitive From
Justice. 11/14/07
Dean, Marshall Shawn;
Male; 29; 7524 Blackjack
Circle, Navarre; DUI.
Jenkins. III. Alex Day;
Male; 21; 4240 Wellington Dr,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
1st Off, Loitering or Prowling,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 11/15/07
Watson, Patrick Eugene;
Male; 39; 6244 Pine Terrace
Cir, Milton; DUI. 11/15/07
McMahon, Jamie Glen;
Male; 37; 1002 Quail Hollow
Dr., Mary Esther; Stolen Prop-
Dealing in Stolen Property.
Wolfe. Jr., Thaddeus
James; Male; 46; 6490
Skyline Dr., Milton; Dealing
in Stolen Property. 11/15/07
Loveless. Justin Maylon;
Male; 17; 6567 Julia Drive,
Milton; Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (7 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
Under $300 (5 cts.), Larc-Petit
1st Offense (2 cts.). 11/15/07
Avant, Stevie Lynn; Male;
44; 41 Wren Rd, Sylacauga
Rd, AL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/18/07
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Resist Officer With Violence.
Dean, Samuel Joseph;
Male; 33; 9900 Jeno Rd,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness'
Informant. 11/18/07
Galloway, Lonnie Lee;,
Male; 34; 5716 Meadow Rd,'
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp.
Habitual Offender, Resist
Officer Obstruct By Disguised:
Person, Possess Cocaine (2,
cts. ), Narcotic Equip-Possess'
And or Use, Evidence,
Destroying Tamper With or
Fabricate Physical. 11/15/07
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Female; 27; 7171 Spanish
Trail, Pensacola; Aggrav
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Weapon, Robbery With
Weapon (2 cts.). 11/18/07
Gentry, Christopher
Alan; Male; 20; 6650
Flintwood . St., Navarre;
Battery on Person 65 Years of
Age or Older. 11/18/07
Gillis, Barbara
Cheatwood; Female; 53; 5845
Cindy Ln, Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test, Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
Hammett, Donald
Steven; Male; 19; 5145
Ridgeway Blvd., Milton;
Battery On Officer Firefighter
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Officer With Violence.
Pena-James, Jose Luis;
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Retiring Berryhill Principal Terry Neustaedter receives a plaque
from Congressman Jeff Miller.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Continued For Page One
more than 10 years after he
became principal at Berryhill
said he was always fair with
teachers and the students
respected him from day one.
"He was very child-orient-
ed," Baxley said. "He always
had good rapport with the stu-
dents, and they really liked
At 62 years old,
Neustaedter said he's too
young to retire. He said he
would take it easy for a couple
months and just wait to see
what life presents him.
"I really don't know what
I'm going to do." he said. "But
I'm ready to do something dif-

On Sunday, more than 100
people attended a retirement
reception for the respected
educator. The outgoing prin-
cipal was joined by former
students, co-workers, family
and friends, as well as U.S.
Congressman Jeff Miller (R-
Chumuckla) who presented
the outgoing principal with
letters of congratulations and
gratitude from President
George W. Bush and Gov.
Charlie Crist.
"Every other occupation is
based on what you learn in
school. (Educators) shape
society," Neustaedter said.
"I've worked in the greatest,
most honorable profession
there is."

Deputies and investigators are seen at the scene of an early
Monday morning murder at the home of Tonya Sellars, 6988
Begonia Street just north of Milton.
Press Gazettte photo by Ryan Arvay


Continued From Page One
an apparent gun shot wound,
although an official autopsy
has yet to be conducted, nor an
official cause of death
Haines says there was a
history of domestic violence
between Sellars and Hodges,
though there were no active
restraining orders between the
two at the time of her death.

Hodges was located and
detained by the authorities in
Pace shortly after deputies
arrived at the crime scene in
Milton, yet at the time he was
considered only a person of
After questioning Hodges,
Sheriff's deputies made the
arrest. He is currently being
held at the Santa Rosa County
Jail with no bond.



Continued From Page One
purchasing rights of way for
future enhancement projects
should be done immediately.
"If we don't purchase it
now, we're going to cause our-
selves more misery down the
road," Commissioner Tom
Stewart said. "We need to just
get in there and get it over

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Santa Rosa County started
collecting impact fees on Jan.
1, 2006. To date, a little more
than $6 million have been col-
By county ordinance,
impact fees must be targeted
to new growth and cannot be
used for maintenance or repair
of existing roadways. Impact
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to close for the day so we can
get the building secured,"
Malishan said. "We'll be
closed until it is repaired."
Malishan didn't know
when the building would be
repaired, but said it would be
done as soon as possible. The
facility was boarded up late
into the night Monday.

A time to reopen services
has not been determined,
although it should be within a
matter of days, Malishan said.
Mail services were cancelled
at the Bagdad Post Office
Monday, but will continue for
Bagdad post office box hold-
ers. A notice will be posted at
the front of the building with
updates, Malishan said.

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quite a show

Isn't it ironic what we consider "good" television?
One of the most interesting shows is called, "Are You
Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?"
What is more interesting is the fact; FOX Television
must really have high standards to make this show.
A recent episode involved two people.
The first was a chemical engineer from a college in
California. His first question had to do with a camel hump
being used to store water.
Now this college student had the advantage of having
five of his fraternity brothers as helpers along with the tradi-
tional five fifth graders.
Question one was out of the way and the college stu-
dent was saved because the fifth grader knew the camel's
hump stores fat, not water.
Jeff Foxworthy, the host, showed the answers of all five-
fraternity guys and they too missed the question.
Maybe they missed class the day camel humps were
covered in biology or zoology, but the answers got worse
and worse as the show progressed.
Finally, the college guy "flunked out" in the third grade
despite university scores showing him possessing a GPA of
over 3.5.
The next person didn't even make it beyond the first
question which dealt with parts of a sentence.
The word they were looking for was "subject."
Guest number two didn't get saved because the fifth
grader missed the first grade English question.
Watching the college kids makes one wonder where the
tuition money goes and what are they actually learning.
Or is some of the basic knowledge you acquire growing
up in elementary and high school unnecessary when you
advance to the higher levels of academia?
A chemical engineer is one of those majors, who could
measure up with a rocket scientist, but in this student's case,
he seemed more interested in the splitting of a beer than an
We wonder: what do the producers of this show have in
Are we to assume our elementary students are super
smart or our college-educated future leaders don't know
their gluteus maximus from an abyss in the geological tun-
Granted, game shows are a form of entertainment, but
so was Candid Camera.
The difference, on Candid Camera there wasn't
$1,000,000 on the line for answering 11 questions correctly.
Maybe we have found the perfect way to show every-
one just how silly America can be? As the rest of the world
questions are education system, we flaunt the fact our col-
lege students are stumped by those still playing with model
We've certainly come a long way from the days of
College Bowl. And much of the fare offered during prime
time is more appropriate for a toilet bowl. Nevertheless, we
continue to lap up the Pablum offered by the networks and
the executives of these multi-media outlets continue their
job of "dumbing down" the masses.
Soon, we may find ourselves mesmerized by a show
called "Can You Tie Your Shoes?"
It's certain to be a ratings winner.

Farm subsidies real

By Ryan Alexander
With farm crops at record-high
prices, you would think Congress
would seriously consider eliminat-
ing the tired old system of farm
handouts and bailouts.
Think again.
The U.S. House of
Representatives passed their re-
write of the farm bill back in July,
sending the Senate a "new" farm
bill that amounted to little more
than recycling the old subsidy-
heavy legislation with a fresh coat
of paint.
Since 1995, more than $165 bil-
lion has been funneled to farm
states, with annual costs to taxpay-
ers exceeding $20 billion in many
years. Essentially unchanged since
the Great Depression, these farm
policies no longer reflect the needs
of America's farmers, rural commu-
nities, consumers, or the taxpaying
At a time of record prices for
corn, soy and wheat, the few tweaks
that were made to the current legis-
lation actually increases certain
payments to farmers regardless of
the profitability of their crop. After
a few moans and groans on the
House floor, the bill was kicked
over to the Senate, with press
releases touting its new reform-
minded approach.
Soon the Senate's "reformed"
farm bill emerged from committee.
And again, many crops actually saw

their taxpayer-funded price supports
actually increase, as average farm
income approaches triple figures.
After Senate Agriculture
Committee Chairman Tom Harkin
(D-IA) laid out some commendable
reform proposals leading up to the
committee's work, he eventually
succumbed to pressures from others
on the committee - largely those
representing cotton in the South and
corn and wheat in the Midwest. The
resulting bill actually could cost tax-
payers as much or more than past
farm bills.
To make matters worse, the
Senate Finance Committee, of all
places, wrote perhaps the biggest
boondoggle in the Senate farm bill -
a provision creating a permanent
disaster fund. The proposed $5 bil-
lion disaster slush fund will be fund-
ed by an arcane provision in current
law that imposes tariffs on agricul-
ture imports - money that currently
goes to the general treasury. But by
no means is $5 billion a firm ceil-
ing, since under the provision, the
Secretary of Agriculture has full dis-
cretion to spend the funds - making
this an open-ended giveaway to key
farm states. Specifically, the states
of Montana and North Dakota would
be among the biggest beneficiaries.
Not surprisingly, Senate Finance
Committee Chairman Max Baucus
represents Montana.
Disaster funding has always been
a political football. Pumping free

ly smell

federal cash into politically impor-
tant areas around election time is a
tried and true tactic. And with this
pot of dough available for the dis-
cretionary use of whoever happens
to hold the White House, we are
talking political pork of unprece-
dented proportions.
To make matters worse, some
in Congress have already men-
tioned that $5 billion is probably
not going to be enough - suggest-
ing that one to two billion dollars
more a year would probably be
thrown at farmers in flood or
drought -prone areas. In Congress
bad ideas never get better, they.
only get bigger.
Record crop prices provide a
golden opportunity to reform the
recycled plans of the past, to focus
on new ways to solidify the farm
safety net, and to better align cur-
rent farm programs with market
forces. The current subsidy system
is broken for most farmers and
rural communities, and for all tax-
payers. Agriculture subsidies cost
taxpayers billions of dollars annu-
ally, are inequitably distributed,
and undermine our international
trade relationships. If the Senate is
serious about reform, it should
scrap its current direction of prop-
ping up the failed subsidies of the
Ms. Ryan Alexander is President,
Taxpayers for Common Sense -- a
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on the above topic(s)-or ANY
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Wall of Tears
FM: Chrys Holley
Milton, Fla.
Dear Editor,
Whose idea was the Wall of
Though unable to attend
Veterans' Day activities (my prac-
tice for years), I recently meditated
at the wall. What a magnificent
addition to our already awesome
Veterans' Memorial Plaza!
Tenderly inscribed thereon as I
recall is: "Tears of a grateful coun-
try for those who gave their all."
Thank God for all veterans, all
our military men and women, espe-
cially those in Afghanistan and
The surge is working! Colonel
Ricky Gibbs stationed in Baghdad
said, "We knew there was light at
the end of the tunnel. It was just a
matter of time." Eyewitnesses
Geraldo (Rivera) and (Bill)

O'Reilly confirm surge success.
Shame on some liberal, anti-war
media who fail to report the truth!
Refugee Iraqis are returning
from Syria. They think it's safe.
While many have an attitude of
gratitude year round, some just
focus on Thanksgiving.
As Christmas approaches I
would be remiss if I didn't remind
all of us of Jesus Christ, who gave
His all for our salvation. The Living
God made it possible for all who
want to know Him through Christ's
sacrifice. Not just at Christmas, but
year round, His praise shall continu-
ally be in my mouth as long as He
gives me breath, Hallelujah!
God bless you all as only He
Satan and Santa
FM: Raymond Johns
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

There is a lot happening to
our children.
It is more spontaneous than
ever between the months of
October and December, because
grown people in October dress
little children up for Satan and
in December the same grown-
ups tell them that Santa is com-
However, what they need to
do is dress them up and take
them to church. Start telling
them that a rapture is coming.
Rudolph won't be leading
this with his red nose, but Jesus
will with all power in his nail
scarred hands.
It is a shame how preachers
don't teach, wait a minute, or
should I say, "not all preachers,"
tell or may not know the right
way to teach.
If not, well listen up.
We are not to salute Mary.
We do not encourage our

children to dress like demons and
I don't think that Allah would
like for anybody to try and kill
If these grown-ups keep
telling the children that there is a
santa coming who can be all over
the world in one night, it's a lie.
The Holy Spirit can, but not
Santa - if he were a mere man.
So preachers, tell the children
that there's no real man named
Santa, but there is something
wonderful about Jesus, who died
to save the whole world.
I'd hope that the chuch lead
man would compare the two
words Satan and Santa.
They are one word of the
same, as the T and the A has
been switched.
Believe it or not.
Don't hate the truth, it is all
about Jesus.
Pray for Darfur. Will Santa.
go there?


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as they further their education
by attending music camps and
Tickets are $5.00 and may
be purchased at the PJC Ticket
Office and at the door. For
more information call 484-

Speed enforcement
in December
Officers of the Milton
Police Department will con-
duct intensified speed
enforcement at one of the fol-
lowing locations on 12/11/07
at Magnolia Street, Orange
Street or Dogwood Drive or
Westwood Drive.
Also officers will be con-
ducting a directed neighbor-
hood safety awareness patrol
in one of the following areas:
Westwood area or Oak
Meadows subdivision. This
will be on 12/18/07.
Officers will be looking
for- all safety violations.
Christmas is near so buckle-
up remembering we all share
the highways!
Have a safe and happy

Ard Field Cemetery
Candlelight Service
You are cordially invited
to the Ard Field Cemetery
Christmas Luminary
Candlelight Service on
Sunday, December 9, 2007 at
5 p.m.
Come and light the candle
that we have placed on your
loved one's grave.,
A Christmas service and
refreshments will follow.
For more information call

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6 and Tori Ashlyn, who is 2.
and Jeahnine Franklin with
& Cindy Froman with Aunt *
great-grandmothers, Barbara
nd Margie Smith.

Going once, going
the goods at Pensacola Junior
College's Surplus Property
Auction Saturday, Dec. 8, at
the -Pensacola campus,
Building 69, on Douglas
A preview starts at 8 a.m.;
the auction follows at 9 a.m.
On the auction block: com-
puters (notebook and desktop),
office supplies, furniture, TVs,
GMC step van, Chevy Lumina,
golf cart and much more.
The auctioneer is from
Garth's Antiques. No credit
cards accepted.
For more information, visit or call 484-

New book sale
The Santa Rosa Medical
Center Auxiliary is sponsor-
ing a Book Fair on Thursday,
December 13, 10:00 - 4 p.m.
and Friday, December 14, 8-
3 p.m. in the corridor by the
cafeteria. You are invited to
attend this new book sale with
quality books and Christmas
gift items up to 70% off retail.
What a great opportunity to
purchase gifts for the very
young to the age of wisdom.
Proceeds go toward medical
*career scholarships and other
outreach projects. Santa Rosa
Medical Center is located at
6002 Berryhill Road, Milton,


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Her grandparents are Robert
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contact Joy Manning at 450-
City Council to
The City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regular
Session on Tuesday,
December 11, 2007, at 5:00
p.m. in Council Chambers of

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Digital Mammography
91. At Santa Rosa Medical Center, helping
women achieve better health is a top
- . priority. Every year, breast cancer claims
* . the lives of mothers, daughters, and sisters
in our community, and we want to do all that
we can to help ensure early diagnosis and


treatment. That's why we are now offering
digital mammography - an important tool
in the fight against breast cancer.

Using electric signals, images are captured which can then be
viewed on high-tech computers. The high quality images are
particularly effective in detecting conditions in dense breast tissue
which is sometimes difficult to capture and visualize in traditional
film mammograms. Once the digital images are recorded, they can
easily be stored, retrieved and electronically transmitted.
Digital mammography offers an important advantage :in the fight
against cancer, and at Santa Rosa Medical Center, we will continue to,
do all that we can to bring the latest technology to our community.

Pulmonary Function
The "Gold Standard" for Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT) is diagnostic
testing that can reveal important information to your doctor about
the function of your lungs, helping your physician to provide the most
efficient care possible. Santa Rosa Medical Center has the technology
and professionals to perform this test.
The PFT will reveal the quality of air you breathe, how efficiently
you move air in an out of the lungs, and how well your lungs are
doing at delivering oxygen to your bloodstream. PFT is used to
diagnose certain types of lung disease, such as asthma, bronchitis,
and emphysema, to determine the cause of shortness of breath. A
PFT can also be used to measure whether occupational exposure to
chemicals or contaminants has affected your lung function.
It is recommended that you have your lung function checked annually.
The Pulmonary Function Lab at Santa Rosa Medical Center has the
technology and professionals to perform PFT for adults and children.
If you are experiencing shortness of breath, have a history of asthma,
or have been exposed to occupational chemicals, ask your physician
for a referral today.

Key to Keeping

Them Healthy
We know how important good health is for you and
your family. That's why we leave nothing to chance
when it comes to the care we offer our community.
Whether you come to us for emergency care, heart care,. women's
.services, general surgery, pediatric services or more, you'll find that
our success lies in the high standards we embrace and our ability to
consistently stay focused on what matters most - you.
Our pledge is to do all that we can to appropriately diagnose and treat
you and to measure up to your expectations. Come see for yourself
why Santa Rosa Medical Center is a good choice for you and your
family's healthcare needs.

ER Wait Times Much Better
Than National Averages

Across the country, the average wait
time in hospital emergency rooms is
estimated to be approximately 3 hours
and 42 minutes with some hospitals
reporting averages of 4, 6 and even 8
hours, depending on the day's caseload.
At Santa Rosa Medical Center, we do
all that we can to get you the care you
need as quickly as possible and to keep
waiting times to a minimum.

Our average waiting time for minor illnesses and injuries is
approximately two and a half hours. And for patients with serious
illnesses and injuries, we race the clock to ensure immediate care is
rendered. Despite our heavy caseload, the severity and wide range
of illnesses and injuries we treat, we have succeeded in streamlining
services and focusing on patient care. Our goal is to help our patients
as quickly as possible. We take pride in our emergency room team,
and we are pleased with the high standards they set and their ability
to quickly deliver the care you need.

The team at Santa Rosa Medical Center would like to wish you
and your family a safe and happy holiday season!

December Events

AARP 55 Alive Driving Program
refresher course for persons age 55 and above. Cost is ten j
dollars ($10.00) per person, which is for the material
and supplies. AARP membership is not required.
Individuals age 50 - 54 may attend,, but insurance
reduction is not mandated prior to age 55. EARLY
REGISTRATION is required to confirm seating, as class
size is limited to 30. This one-day session is scheduled for
Monday, December 17th, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Locklin
Education Center located behind the hospital.
To make reservations call 626-S13.

Book Sale
The Santa Rosa Medical Center Auxiliary is sponsoring a Book Fair
on Thursday, December 13th from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Friday,
December 14th from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the corridor by the
cafeteria. You are invited to attend this new book sale with quality
books and Christmas gift items up to 70% off retail. What a great
opportunity to purchase gifts for everyone on your list - the very
young to the age of wisdom! Proceeds from this book fair will go
toward medical career scholarships and other outreach projects.
Mark your calendar and don't miss this great event!
For More In formation:
If you would like additional information about Santa Rosa Medical
Center, please contact Aleta Hoodless at 626-5113. For services and
a list of our physicians, please visit our website, WWWSRMC.CC.




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The proof is in the pud-
But since there's no "pud-
ding" on the menu at The
Sandwich Mill. the proof has
to come from the delicious
variety of sandwiches and
other short orders that Warren
Mills whips up rather quickly
for in-house dining or to take
out if you're on the go.
Whether it's one of the
favorite classics or a special-
ty, the sandwich assortment is
varied in both selection and
temperament, and customiz-
ing the deal to include salads
and soups is a feature you'll
also like, because it's person-
al convenience you don't find
just anywhere.
Conveniently located at
4171 in Fayard Square on
Woodbine Road, just a hop,
skip, and jump (actually
within sight distance) from
Highway 90, The Sandwich
Mill is a Godsend for the
busy business crowd who
doesn't have -..''lonci, lunch
breaks and .iko ;.,.iJ., shop-
pers who don't wish to short-
en :h. i iu',. 'ioppin'' sched-
ule for a laid-back meal.
Located on the south side
of Beef "O" Brady's, The
Sandwich Mill offers slightly
more privacy than the ordi-
nary fast food establishment
without sacrificing quality or
selection. Whether you want
to order and relax with your
food at one of the comfort-
able tables alone or with
friends, or wish to order
something to enjoy "on-the-
go", the choice is yours.
Serving the Pace commu-
nity for the past five months,
The Sandwich Mill is quietly,
but quickly, making tracks,
cultivating friends who like
and appreciate the customer
service and convenience
offered them. Open at 11
a.m., The Sandwich Mill
remains open until 7 p.m.

Monday through Friday
offering healthier choices for
people who resent the grease
and fat that most fast food
restaurants offer.
Consider the Veggie
Favorite Classic. It's Swiss
cheese, lettuce, tomato,
onion, cucumbers, sprouts,
sliced olives, and mushrooms
with peppercorn ranch on
wheat, served up in record
time for $4.29, whole, or
$3.29, half.
If that doesn't get your
appetite's attention, then the
Chicken Salad (with pro-
volone served with lettuce
and tomato on wheat) or the
Tuna Salad (with provolone
topped with lettuce, tomato,
and black olives on rye) cer-
tainly will.
And in addition to the
"regular B.L.T." (Bacon, let-
tuce, tomato and mayo on
sour dough), the Reuben that
includes corned beef, Swiss,
sauerkraut, and thousand
island dressing on rye or the
Corned Beef and Pastrami
consisting of corned beef,
pastrami and Swiss cheese on
pumpernickel with mayo, are
favorites that you won't find
just anywhere, either.
Customizing is also avail-
able so that you can get just
what you want. You can make
each sandwich a meal for
only $1.99 more. Meals
include choice of one side, a
drink, and a pickle spear. And
to make it even more versa-
tile, any sandwich can be put
in a wrap! How's that for get-
ting just what you want!
The menu itself is
"coded" to indicate the kind
of food available. The
"flame" emblem indicates
Panini Grilled while the
"pepper pod" icon indicates
Specialty Sandwiches are
prepared to one or both of
these specifications. The
Smoked Stack, which
includes smoked turkey,
honey baked ham, and Swiss

cheese topped with lettuce,
tomato, onion, cucumber, and
the house's zesty Mill Sauce
on wheat is Panini Grilled,
while the Boiler Room, con-
sisting of Salami, ham, and
provolone cheese, topped
with lettuce, tomato, onion,
black olives, crushed red
pepper, oil and vinegar on
sour dough incorporates both
The Hard Hat is roast
beef, smoked turkey, and
Swiss cheese, topped with
lettuce, tomato, onion, mush-
rooms, and the house's zesty
Mill Sauce on sour dough,
while The Conveyor consists
of Pastrami and Swiss cheese
on pumpernickel with mayo.
The Gear that's made
with smoked turkey, ham,
roast beef, and Swiss cheese
topped with lettuce, tomato,
onion, black olives, and the
house's zesty Mill Sauce on
wheat, and The Wrap, which
includes Turkey, ham, and
bacon topped with lettuce,
tomato, onions, black olives,
oil and vinegar in a flour tor-
tilla are both Panini Grilled.
But the Furnace which
consists of Pepperoni, salami,
ham, and pepper-jack cheese
topped with lettuce, tomato,
onions, black olives,
jalapenos, spices, oil and
vinegar on sour dough is both
Panini Grilled and Spicy.
The Garden Salad, Chef
Salad, Chicken Salad, and
Tuna Salad are all made with
the finest, freshest ingredi-
ents. And whatever your pref-
erence for dressing, whether
it be for Peppercorn Ranch,
French, Thousand Island,
Bleu Cheese, Raspberry
Vinaigrette, Oil and Vinegar,
or Low-fat Ranch, it's yours
for the asking.
Soups are also available
by the cup or bowl, regularly
rotated for variety, and soft
drinks in 22 oz., 32 oz., and
20 oz. bottles are served as
well. Kid's meals for those 12
and younger comes as a one-

Warren Mills welcomes you to The Sandwich Mill. Visit him at 4271 Fayard Square on
Woodbine Road in Pace. Come in, call, or FAX your order, and you'll have your preference
in sandwiches "manufactured" to your specifications in hardly no time.' Call 994-7618 or
FAX 994-7620 for prompt, satisfactory service. (Photo by Obie Crain.)

half sandwich with chips or
fruit and a drink for just
$3.29. Varieties include ham
and American cheese on sour
dough, turkey and Swiss
cheese on sour dough, and
Grilled American cheese on
sour dough.
And desserts are just as
scrumptious, including
cheesecake that will make
you want to throw caution to
the wind! And although there
is no pudding on the menu,

after you've had one of the
dessert offerings that Warren
has available, you will
already know about the
Warren also kakes party
trays. If you're having a party
at home or at work, let
Warren help you make your
gathering a hit! Party tray
menus are available at the
counter. "We also do party
trays on the weekends with
advanced notice," Warren

says. "We will always try our:
best to accommodate your
Party trays include cold
and hot sandwiches. Cold
trays include Veggie, Chicken
Salad, and Tuna Salad. Hot
trays include Smoked Stack,
Hard Hat, Furnace, Gear, or
Boiler Room. Please allow at:
least 24 hours for large party.
tray orders.

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Section B

Pace running back Airi Johnson rumbles for 19 yards in the third quarter as the Patriots came back from 12 points down to defeat
First Coast (Jacksonville) High 22-19 Friday. With the win Pace (13-0) will play Nease (Ponte Vedra Beach) High this Friday at 6:30
p.m. local time to see who will advance to the FHSAA Class 4A State Finals.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Pace marches on

0 Patriots rally for

High School found itself in
some unfamiliar territory this
season, but that didn't deter
the Patriots as they advanced
to the Class 4A Semi-Finals
after defeated First Coach
(Jacksonville) 22-19.
The Patriots looked like it
would be an offensive show as
they took the opening kick and
drove the field 79 yards for the
score as Tyler Hunt punched it
in from one-yard out, but the
Bucs had other ideas.
After the Patriots defense
allowed 19 points, the Pace
offense took control of the
game in the second half.
But the defensive unit
fought through the adversity
and was able to stop a light-
ning quick First Coast offense.
After Pace took a 22-19
lead with 5:51 remaining in
the game on a one-yard run
from Airi Johnson, who also
scored on the two-point con-
version, the defense had to dig
They didn't get very much
help during the drive as the
Patriots were flagged for a
personal foul on the kickoff to


19 win

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es one of their many big stops Friday defeating First Coast 22-19.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

give the Buccaneers the ball
on their 35 to start the drive.
Despite facing fourth
down on two separate occa-
sions during the drive, the

Bucs found a way to gain the
necessary yards to stay alive in
the playoffs.
First Coast had the ball
first and 10 on the Pace 13

after a second personal foul
was call on the Patriots.
After Derald Jones' pass
fell incomplete on first down,
See PACE Page 2B

Pats prepare

for Panthers

N Rematch decides who will go on to
the Citrus Bowl and the State Finals

Pace and Nease are not
complete strangers even
though the teams are on oppo-
site sides of the state.
The last meeting came
two years ago as a Tim Tebow
led squad defeated Pace in the
state'semi-finals 31-14.
Both teams are coming off
dramatic wins last Friday as
Nease (12-1) dispatched
Daytona Beach Seabreeze 23-
13 and Pace came from behind
to defeat Jacksonville First
Coast 22-19.
Nease might not have
Tebow, but Ted Stachitas is
just as formidable according
to Pace Head Coach Mickey
"Nease is what you expect
to face when you reach the
state semi-finals," said
Lindsey. "They are a real good
football team that is solid in
all areas.
"Stachitas might not be a
Tim Tebow, but he is a very
good quarterback."
During the , win over
Seabreeze, Stachitas, who has
committed to Wake Forest,
was knocked off of the game
for a short period of time
before returning to lead a late
drive to. secure the Panthers
win over the Sandcrabs.
But Pace is could be on
the verge of taking Lindsey to
his first state finals in 17 years
at Pace as Friday's game will
mark the third time they have
advanced to the semi-finals.
"Against First Coast the
guys show the determination

and desire to win in the second
half," said Lindsey. "This is
another step and we will take
what we got and give it our
Two years ago, Nease was
prepared on the field to play
Pace, but off the field athletic
director Ted Barbato seemed a
little surprised about how well
the Patriots' fans travel.
In 2005 an announcement
was made about the removal
and possible arrest of Pace
fans that were sitting in the
home stands after the overflow
of Pace fans looked to find a
spot to watch the game.
Barbato hopes he can con-
trol some of that despite the
fact three of the four high
schools in St. Johns County
will be playing state semi-final
games Friday night.
"I have been able to get
800 more seats for the game,"
said Barbato on Monday. "I
See SEMIS Page 2B

Pace and Milton

set to go to mat

E Patriots took first meeting 48-36

in a close battle on neutral ground

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Wrestling season is under-
way and Thursday should pro-
vide some excitement as Pace
and Milton will take to the mat
at 6 p.m.
The Patriots defeated
Milton head to head 48-36
during a tri-meet match
involving Pensacola Christian
Pace also defeated PCA
43-36, while the Panthers fell
to the host Crusaders 60-24.
The match . between the
Patriots and Panthers went
down to the wire.
Pace's Josh Harrison

pinned Justin Young to secure
the win.
"The match against
Milton was a close one," said
Britt Shaw, who is entering his
first year as the Patriots head
coach. "Against PCA we
jumped out to a big lead and
they had to play catch up."
PCA did catch up some as
they won the final two match-
es of the meet.
Milton coach Duane
Raley, who is leading the
Panthers first year in competi-
tive wrestling, acknowledged
a slow start.
"We struggled, but we did
See MATCH Page 2B

Central rolls along to 3-1; Milton remains winless

0 Logan Campbell has

Logan Campbell and his
shy, quiet demeanor off the
court is the alter ego of what is
becoming Central High's
Campbell tipped in a
teammates shot at the buzzer
to give the Jaguars a 65-63
win over Central Christian
During a three game
stretch Central's big man has
scored 122 points after his 46-
point performance on Friday.
Central Christian's Jim
Warrick forced overtime when
he sank a three-pointer at the

end of regulation.
The Jags (3-1) led for
most of the night until Central
Christian outscored them in
the fourth quarter 24-16 to tie
the game.
Campbell, who was the
only player for Central to
reach double digits, also
grabbed 14 rebounds to record
his double-double.
On Thursday Central
defeated Escambia Charter
Campbell had 24 points in
the win, while teammates
Cody Martin and Troy
Dawson added 12 points each.
After finishing the first

big week with
quarter tied at 11-11, the Jags back a
went on to take a 27-16 lead Or
by halftime and never looked suffered
back. ing lo
Justin Morris led Central home.
with 14 rebounds in the win. Th
In other hoops action, the too mr
Jay Royals notched their first jumped
win of the season over Vernon by hal
57-41. behind
Greg Nelson scored 27 De
points while Brandt Hendricks 13 poi
scored 10 points and grabbed while
10 rebounds for a double-dou- Mi
ble. for its
The Royals fell behind after fa
early in the contest 11-9, but 46-27
rallied to take a 24-21 lead at Th
halftime and never looked trict 1

122 points in three Jaguar wins

after intermission.
n Thursday the Royals
ed a 61-37 season open-
*ss to Gulf Breeze at
.e Dolphins proved to be
nuch for Jay as they
d out to a 16-6 lead and
time the Royals were
evin Castleberry scored
nts to lead the Royals,
Nelson chipped in 11.
ilton is still searching
first win of the season
calling to 0-3 following a
loss to Washington.
e Panthers (0-2 in dis-
-4A) led after the first

quarter 9-8, but it was short
lived as the Wildcats led by
halftime 24-17.
Brandon Allen and Jamal
Smith led the Panthers with
seven points each.
In girls basketball Vernon
edged Jay Friday 53-49.
After falling behind 18-9
in the first quarter the Lady
Royals rallied to trim the
deficit to 22-18 by halftime.
Joy Gandy led Jay with 18
points and 19 rebounds, while
Amber Steadman posted a
double-double of her own
with 10 points and 15 boards.
Washington defeated
Milton on Friday 63-31 as the

Lady Cats jumped out to a 22-
4 lead at the end of the first
Washington didn't look
back as they rolled on to the
win as Milton falls to 1-3.
Selina Salo led Milton
with 11 points.
On Thursday Milton fell
to Navarre 32-28.
Navarre led 21-10 at half-
time and then held off a late
Milton rally.
Tenangela Williams' 11
points led the Lady Panthers.
Central's girls improved
to 4-2 on the year after defeat-
ing Central Christian 47-37.
See PREPS Page 2B


First Coast running back Jermaine Thomas gets a big welcome from the Pace defensive as he was
held to 40 yards and one touchdown as a receiver.
Press Gazetteiphoto by Bill Gamblin


Continued From Page One
the Bucs self destructed with a
holding call and two motion
penalties on the next three
plays to set them back to sec-
ond and 33 from the Pace 36.
Following two incomplete
passes, First Coast Coach
Marty Lee decided to go for it
on fourth down as his kicker
Tyler Harbeson barely made a
38 yard attempt earlier in the
Jones found Avis
Commack at the Pace 10
where he was immediately
tackled seven yards short of
the first down and ending the
Bucs season.
"This was an unbelievable
game," said Pace Head Coach
Mickey Lindsey. "I am so
proud of these kids; they did-
n't quit.
"At halftime we got
together and made up our
minds we were going to take
control of the game."
After the Bucs scored to
make it 19-7 with 7:39
remaining in the third quarter,
the Pace offense did just that.
On the very next posses-
sion Pace went 15 plays to
make it 19-14 as Johnson
fought his way in from one
yard out.
After stopping First Coast
deep in their own territory
despite a-15 yard penalty, Pace
found themselves in excellent
field position at their own 47
for the next drive.
Pace stalled at the Bucs 13
and Eric Martinez was called
upon for a 30-yard field goal
that was good with 7:07 remi-
ning, but a yellow flag quietly
rested near the line of scrim-
First Coast was called for
hitting the center to give Pace
a first down on the Bucs six.
"We had a shot to win the
game," said First Coach Head
Coach Marty Lee. "But we
just self destructed at the end.
"But Pace deserves a lot of
credit, they played an out-
standing game tonight."
Lindsey called upon his
workhorse Johnson, who led
Pace with 80 yards on 20 car-
ries, to carry the ball three
straight times until he punched
it in with 5:51 remaining.
The Pace veteran coach
then signaled for a two-point
conversion, which Johnson
punched in to make it a three
point game.
"Actually I was surprised
when we put up 20," said
Johnson. "I had came off the
field and had to run back out
there for the conversion.
"We ran a play that we had
only practiced a couple of
times, but when I saw that lit-
tle opening I just had to dive in
the end zone."
When Pace took their 7-0
lead the Bucs quickly
responded with a nice drive of
their own as Commack
showed how big of an offen-
sive weapon he would be with
a 30 yard reception to start the
But Jones was credited
with the first touchdown as he
caught a pass from back-up
Alvin Brooks, Jr., who had
lined up as a receiver.

I 'ef.. I.,"t,
The Pace secondary was very busy due to the speed and quick-
ness exhibited by First Coast, but the Patriots held on for the win
to advance to the state semi-finals against Nease this Friday at
6:30 p.m. local time.

The Pace offense then
stalled and had problems mov-
ing the ball, while the Pats
defense spent most of the first
half on the field.
"It the first quarter we
came out and made a big state-
ment," said Pace quarterback
Aaron Munoz, who went
seven of 14 for 103 yards.
"But after that we kind of
went away from our offense.
"Prior to the second half
we got a real good pep talk
and came out to get the job
Despite spending most of
the first half on the field' the
Pats defense only surrendered
six points via two Harbeson
field goals from 27 and 38
The first field goal came
after Pace was flagged for pass
interference to give the Bucs
the ball at the Pace seven, but
First Coast would not cross
over into the end zone again.
"We got pretty tired in the
first half," said lineman Andy

Dagleish. "But our offense
came together in the second
half and we were able to step
it up at the end to get the win.
"Once again we had some
outstanding play calling by the
coaches. When you give up
only six points instead of 14
that is a big help to your
Penalties seemed to be the
norm as both teams combined
for 21 infractions.
Pace lost 102 yards on
nine penalties, while First
Coach was flagged 12 times
for 87 yards.
First Coast had the advan-
tage in total yards 347 to 210.
This Friday Pace will visit
Ponte Vedra Beach to play
Nease High in the second
meeting of these two teams in
the state semi-finals in the last
three years.
Nease won the last meet-
ing 31-14 as Florida quarter-
back Tim Tebow led them as
they went on to eventually win
the Class 4A title.

Pace quarterback Aaron Munoz battles for an elIra yard or I[%o
during Friday's game against Jacksonville First Coast.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Continued From Page One
am looking at putting 600
more on the visitor side and
200 on the home side.
"I would like to keep the
two schools separated so
everyone can enjoy the game,
which is why they are here."
Kickoff for the game is
6:30 p.m. local time and the
gates are expected to open
around 5:30 p.m., but
Barbato could not confirm an
official time by press time.
What Barbato is trying to


Continued From Page One
The Lady Jags took a one
point 12-11 advantage and
turned it into a 27-14 lead by
Daysha Enfinger led
Central with 19 points and 13
rebounds, while Brooke
Daughter added 10.
Kenna Enfinger added 12
rebounds in the win.
On Thursday Crestview
defeated Pace 43-29 as the
Lady Patriots fall to 1-4 on the
Samantha Lewis led Pace
with eight points.
Crestview led at the end of
the first quarter 15-6 and
cruised on to victory.
In boys soccer Pace
defeated Escambia 5-1 on
Pace got two goals from
Tyler Phillips, along with tal-

avoid is a repeat of 2005.
"I don't want a lot of let-
ter writing this year," said
Barbato. "I am hopeful the
600 additional seats will be
enough, but if they aren't I
am sorry.
"We are trying to do the
best we can do as far as seat-
ing and other accommoda-
tions so we can focus on the
main event, which is the kids
playing the game on the
Pace will continue their

normal practice schedule as
last week and are expected to
leave the high school on
Thursday around 11 a.m.
Last week the team
stopped in Marianna to hold
a walk-through practice
before continuing on to
Lindsey noted that Vance
Smith, who left the game late
Friday against First Coach
with a possible knee injury,
was fine and should be ready
to go against Nease.

lies from Nigel Arruda, Kevin Drinkard put Milton over the
Vanlandingham, and Keegan top to defeat West Florida
Mchugh. Tech 2-1 Thursday in girl's
Chase Austin had nine soccer.
saves in the win. Drinkard's goal came with
Thursday saw the Milton less than 10 minutes in the
Panthers fall to Washington 2- game as Milton improved to 2-

Kalvin Dufrene scored the
Panthers lone goal while
Mason McAnally had three
saves in the defensive battle.
On the girls side Caliegh

Tiffany Boisvert scored
the Lady Panthers other tally
on an assist from Drinkard.
Megan Francisco regis-
tered 11 saves in the victory.


Continued From Page One
keep it respectfully close with
Pace," said Raley. "We have
only four guys back form our
late start last year, but three of
them did get a win."
Against PCA Milton's
Cary Mebdifie (145 pounds),
Chris Hicks (160), and John
Little (215) all recorded pins,
while James Barnes took the
heavyweight class by forfeit.

For Pace six wrestlers fin-
ished the meet at 2-0: Ian Jones
(125), Ben Vincent (130),
Jantzen Uberti (135), Bob
Cottrell (140), Jeff Keisacker
(160), and James Roan (171).
Pace had to forfeit three of
their matches to Milton and
PCA due to someone not being
available or meeting the
respective weight class prior to
the meet.
"As of right now. we. are

trying to fill out our lineup,"
said Shaw.. "We are doing
alright with what we have, but
we might not be able to fill out
our line up for another couple
of weeks due to the playoffs."
With the start of the season
behind them, Milton is looking
to the bright side.
"We are very young and
are competing mainly with
freshman and sophomores,"
said Raley." . . .

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Grill finds winning recipe fi

Augie Grill already had a
Snowball Derby victory as a
crew chief.
Now he has one with his
name on the Tom Dawson tro-
Grill, the Alabama short-
track driver, passed Clay Rogers
with 35 laps left and rolled on to
a victory Sunday in the 40th
annual Snowball Derby at Five
Flags Speedway.
Grill was the crew chief
when Wayne Anderson won the
Snowball Derby in 2001. A few
years later, Grill decided to climb
behind the wheel and Sunday's
win added another level to his

driving credentials.
"It's a completely different
feeling because 99 percent of it is
on your shoulders as the driver,"
Grill said. "This is the biggest
race of the year for any short-
track racer and to win it, I can't
even describe what it means."
Grill, who started 14th, led
two different times for 69 laps.
Matt Hawkins, who dominated
early and led 100 laps, finished
second. Jeff Fultz was third,
Pensacola's Eddie Mercer was
fourth and defending champion
came from the last place (39th)
to finish fifth.'
Hawkins jumped past pole-

sitter Cale Gale on the opening
lap to grab the lead. The first of
16 cautions came out on Lap 13
in a multi-car crash that ended
the race for former champions
Gary St. Amant and Bobby Gill.
Grill stayed around 10th
through the first 50 laps.
On Lap 59, Mercer took the
lead from Hawkins and moved
into second place all-time in laps
led at the Snowball Derby. He
now trails only Gill in laps led.
Mercer held the lead until
Lap 97 when he and all the other
lead drivers pitted for fresh tires
on a caution.
Rogers, who had pitted ear-


Referees needed: City
of Milton Parks and
Recreation is in need of
youth basketball referees.
The season will get
underway the first weekend
in January.
For more information
call 983-5466.
East Milton Youth
Basketball: The East
Milton Youth Association
will offer basketball this
Young people agest
four to 18 can play.
Registration is now
underway at the East
Milton Recreational Park
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and
will continue every
Tuesday and Thursday
through Dec. 15.
Saturday registration
will be from 10 a.m. to 1
For more information
call 626-8265 or 207-
Milton Boys Soccer
Fundraider: The Milton
High School Boys Soccer
programs is selling Pecan

Smoked Boston Butts.
These would be a per-
fect items with the
upcoming holiday seasons
You get the glory, we
do the work.,
The cost'is $25 each
and delivery is December
To order or for more
information call 623-1036
or 501-6620.
Milton Youth
Basketball: Registration
for Milton Youth
Basketball will get under-
way Nov. 1.
Registration will run
from noon to 8 p.m. ech
day and will end on Dec. 1
or when the teams are full.
All registration is at
the Milton Community
Center and is open to boys
and girls grades kinder-
garten through eighth.
For more information
call 983-5466.
Hurricane, Junior
Golf Tour: The
Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour will be holding a

tournament January 5-6
at the Moors in Milton.
This tournament is
for boys and girls
between the ages of 12-
18 and is a nationally
ranked junior golf
The Hurricane

Junior C
ships and
ranked t(
For n
tion or t
the tour

or derby
lier, stayed out on the track to
take the lead. Hawkins and
Mercer emerged from the pits in
15th and 16th place.
Pensacola's Donald Long's
race ended when he hit the wall
in Turn 3 on Lap 115.
Rogers kept the lead through
two more cautions until Ryan
Crane took the point on Lap 156.
But that time, Hawkins had
caught up and passed Rogers for
the lead on Lap 164 with Grill in
second place.
On Lap 193, a big crash on
the frontstretch took out Crane
and Scott Carlson. Hawkins
remained in the lead until Grill
caught and passed him on a
restart going into Turn 1 follow-
ing a caution.
The final pit stop for tires
came on Lap 245 following a
Hawkins came out of the
pits first, followed by Rogers and
Grill. Grant Enfinger was the
leader and shortly after the
restart, Hawkins dropped back
several spots after he spun Dave
Mader mI into the wall while try-
ing to take over second place.
Rogers grabbed the lead on
Lap 261, but four laps later, Grill
quickly moved past him and
pulled away from there for the

3olf Tour is On Saturday night, Ryan
free member- Crane rallied from a last-chance
race to win the Allen Turner
is designed to Snowflake 100.
nationally Crane did not qualify in the
)urnaments on top 30 for the race and had to fin-
throughout ish in the top three of one of two
Georgia, South last-chance races. He easily won
that to make the field and he
and Alabama. quickly showed that he had one
nore informa- of the cars to beat.
to register for Augie Grill took an early
ornament visit lead and held it for more than 50
website at laps.
More activities can be
found at
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check
on activities by zip code
or activity. And you are
also more than welcome
to enter your events there
as well.

Crane, meanwhile, moved
up to 10th by lap 33 and moved
into the top five on Lap 42. He
eventually reached second
behind Grill until the two drivers
pitted for fresh tires on Lap 65.
Perhaps the winning move
for Crane came when he beat
Grill out of the pits. He restarted
in fifth, while Grill was sixth, but
Grill passed him and retook the-
lead on Lap 68.
Crane caught him and
passed him on Lap 97 with an
inside move out of Turn Four.

L~S]mumunlity !1~Sport

Whiting Field Golf Course
Whiting Field
Golf Association

Dogfight Net
Nov. 23, 2007
A Flight: 1. Del Stevens (68),
2. (tie) James Gibb and Ken
Morris (69).
B Flight: 1. (tie) Frank Strayer
and Deanne "Bagger" Perez
(70), 3. Tracy Bice (79).

Dogfight Points
Nov. 24, 2007
A Flight: 1. John White (+9),
2. (tie) Ken Morris and Scott
Stevens (+4).
B Flight: 1. Dan Hurd (+6), 2.
Tracy Bice (+5), 3. Harvey
Kingsland (+3)

Dogfight Net
Nov. 25, 2007
A Flight: 1. (tie) Terrance
Pullin and Scott Stevens (71),
3. Ken Neal (72).
B Flight: 1. Luis Beltran (66),
2. (tie) John Willis, George
Valdespino and Jeff Perez

Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies Golf

Nov. 27, 2007
Best 9 Holes of 18
A Flight Net: 1. Linda
Reddish, 2. Audrey Belanger,
3. Nancy Welch.
B Flight Net: 1. Joanne
Quesinberry, 2. Liz Giles, 3.
Flora Kyle.
Chip-ins: Sharon Reiser (No.
2) and Shirley Lintz (No. 17).

Monday Mixed Winter
Oops Alley
Nov. 26, 2007
High Game Men: Jim
Westergard - 279
High Game Women: Kelly
Ferguson - 214
High Game Team: Three
Gents and Queen - 803
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick - n/a
High Series Women: Tanya
McAteer - 529
High Series Team: Three
Gents and Queen -.2198

Overall League Standings:
1. New Recruits 31-17, 2. It
Doesn't Matter 30.5-1 7.5, 3.
Pin Action 29.5-18.5, 4. Split
Happens 29-19, 5. Three
and One 29-19, 5. Three
and One 29-19, 6. M and J's
27.5-20.5, 7. Damn 10 Pin
27-21, 8. We Wuz Robbed
25.5-22.5, 9. Fun Bunch 25-
23, 10. Super Friends 24.5-
23.5, 11. Three Gents and
Queen 24-24, 12.
DE.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 24-24, 13.
Fantastic Four 23-25, 14.
Dave's Gang 22.5-25.5, 15.
Dang's Crews 22-26, 16.
The Broken Balls 20-28, 17.
Incredibles 19-29, 18. Strike
Force 17-31, 19. Strike Force
II 15-33, 20. The Wabbly
Balls 15-33.

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
Nov. 27, 2007
High Game Men: Bob Veit -
High Game Women:
Brenda Gilley - 188
High Game Team: F.O.G. -
High Series Men: Bob Veit -
High Series Women: Vicki
Pinkston - 502
High Series Team: The
Extremists - 1938

Overall League Standings:
1. Just One Drop 31-17, 2.
The Strike Force 30.5-17.5,
3. Unpredictables 27-21, 4.
Optimists 26-22, 5. Lucky
Strikes 25.5-22.5, 6. F.O.G.
23-25, 7. The Extremists 23-
25, 8. The Strike Team 21.5-
26.5, 9. Mattinators 20-28,
10. Under the Influence

Twilighters Winter Mixed

Avalon Bowling Center
Nov. 29, 2007
High Game Men: Gary Fox -
High Game Women: Jean
Lewis - 192
High Game Team: We Try
Hard - 842
High Series Men: Chung
Rigby - 693
High Series Women: Pat
Booth - 521
High Series Team: Damn 10
Pin - 2359

Overall League Standings:
1. The Last Team 37-11, 2.
Damn 10 Pin 31-17, 3.
Trouble Again 29.5-18.5, 4.
U_Bang_E 28-20, 5. We
Wuz Robbed 28-20, 6.
Happy Four '26-22, 7.
Incredibles 26-22, 8. The
Dream TEam 25.5-22.5, 9. E-
N-V-Y 25-23, 10. Spit Fire
25-23, 11. We Try Hard
24.5-23.5, 12. Split Happens
24-24, 13. Blue Jays 23.5-
24.5, 14. M and J's 23.5-
24.5, 15. The Striking Four
23-25, 16. Family Matters
21.5-26.5, 17. The Big
Quarters 21-27, 18. Jane's
Crew 21-27, 19. Strike Force
20-28, 20 Family Affair 20-
28, 21. Cabbies 20-28, 22.
Two and Two 18-29, 23.
Sliders 18-29, 24. Yee HAw

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Nov. 28, 2007
High Scratch Game: Bonita
Simmons 205 - 190
High Scratch Series: Bonita
Simmons - 507
High Scratch Team: Three
Peas in a Pod - 467
High Handicap Game:
Joyce Bulger - 253
High Handicapped Series:
Joyce Bulger - 664
High Handicapped Team1
Three Peas in a Pod - 1291

Overall League Standings!
1. Three Peas in A Pod 29.5-
18.5, 2. Darlings of the
Morning 27-21, 3. Almost
Should Been 25-23, 4. Back
Alley Cats 23.5-24.5, 5.
Three Stooges ,"23-25, 6.
Honey Bears 16-32.
League Notes: Bonita
Simmons won a 200 USBC
Award for her game of 203.
The league also has a need
for another female bowler to
fill a spot on a team.

Oops Youth League
Oops Alley
Oct. 27, 2007
Division 1 Boys High Game:
Stephen Henry - 186
Division 1 Boys High Series:
Ryan Vinson - 480
Division 2 Boys High Game:
Clayton Gagliano - 164
Division 2 Boys High Series:
Clayton Gagliano - 460
Division 3 Boys High Game:
Wesley Heitman - 183
Division 3 Boys High Series:
Wesley Heitman - 421
Division 4 Boys High Game:
Wayne English - 148
Division 4 Boys High Series:
Dameion Skelton - 354
Division 5 Boys High Game:
Brian Godwin - 126
Division 5 Boys High Series:
Brian Godwin - 342
Division 6 Boys High Game:
Trey Tomey - 117
Division 6 Boys High Series:
Trey Tomey - 264
Division 2 Girls High Game:
Stephanie Heitman - 168
Division 2 Girls High Series:
Stephanie Heitman - 456 /
Division 5 Girls High Game:
Aerial Viars - 83
Division 5 Girls High Series:
Aerial Viras - 240
Division 6 Girls High Game:
Joy Kitchell - 83
Division 6 Girls High Series:
Joy Kitchell - 204

Overall League Standings: 1.
Strike Force Kids 30-18, 2. Strike
Inc. 28-20, Strike Force 28-20,
4. Patriots 22-26, 5. Fantastic
Four 21-27, 6. Pin Crushers 15-


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Senior Luncheon

Bagdad United
Methodist Church will host
the monthly community
senior's luncheon a week ear-
lier for the month of
December. The luncheon is
scheduled for Tues., Dec.
11th. Attendees are asked to
arrive between 10:30 and



completes BES course
(FHTNC) -Marine
Corps Reserve Lance Cpl.
Mark C. Schindler, son of
Karen K. Penton of Navarre,
FL, recently completed the
Marine Corps Basic Enlisted
Supply Course.
During the course with
Marine Corps Combat
Service Support Schools
Training Command, Camp
Lejeune, NC, students learn
to use supply publications
and catalogs, general
accounting, and the basics of
naval correspondence.
Schindler is a 2004 grad-
uate of Navarre High School
of Navarre, FL. and joined
the Marine Corps Reserve in
October 2006.

Pittman graduates
from Coast Guard Basic
(FHTNC)--Coast Guard
Seaman Gary Pittman, son of
Sheree A. Pittman of Milton,
FL., recently graduated from
the U.S. Coast Guard Recruit
Training Center in Cape May,
During the eight-week
training program, Pittman
completed a vigorous train-
ing curriculum consisting of
academics and practical
instruction on water safety
and survival, military cus-
toms and courtesies, seaman-
ship skills, first aid, fire fight-
ing and marksmanship. A
major emphasis is also placed
on physical fitness, health
and wellness.
Pittman and other
recruits also received instruc-
tion on the Coast Guard's
core values - honor, respect
and devotion to duty - and
how to apply them in their
military performance and

10:45 a.m. as the entertain-
ment is scheduled to perform
prior to serving lunch. The
Bell Choir from Olive
Baptist Church will perform
at 11:00 a.m. sharp. A deli-
cious lunch will be served
after the entertainment.
Bagdad United Methodist


personal conduct. Pittman
will join 36, 000 other men
and women who comprise
Coast Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day in
the Coast Guard just as they
do aboard ships and shore
units throughout the world.
To reinforce the team con-
cept, Pittman, and other
recruits were trained in pre-
venting sexual harassment,
drug and alcohol awareness,
civil rights training, and the
basics of the work-life bal-
ance, as well as total quality
Pittman is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Indian River
Community College of Fort
Pierce, FL.

enlists in Navy DEP
(FHTNC)- Civilian K.
E. Lombard, daughter of
Pageo Ann Wittstruck of
Milton, FL, recently enlisted
in the United States Navy
under the Delayed Entry
Program at Navy Recruiting
District, New Orleans, LA.
The program allows.
recruits to enter the Navy and
take up to one year to com-
plete prior commitments
such as high school. Using
recruiters as mentors, this
program helps recruits ease
into the transition from civil-
ian to military life.
Lombard will report for
active duty to undergo basic
training at the Navy's Recruit
Training Center, Great
Lakes, IL.

Torgerson enlists in
Navy DE Program
(FHTNC) - Civilian
Ashley M. Torgerson, daugh-

Church is located at 4540
Forsyth Street. Bagdad, FL.

For more information, call
the church office at 626-

A Willing Heart

Beth, an aspiring ten-year
old actress, lands the role of
Mary in the church play. As
she prepares for her part, she
learns the value of a willing
heart from a light-hearted look
at the real Christmas charac-
ters - Mary, Joseph and his
parents, Zechariah and

ter of Deborah M. and Kurt
Torgerson of Milton, FL,
recently enlisted in the United
States Navy under the
Delayed Entry Program at
Navy Recruiting District,
New Orleans, LA.
The program allows
recruits to enter the Navy and
take up to one year to com-
plete prior commitments such
as high school. Using
recruiters as mentors, this
program helps recruits ease
into the transition from civil-
ian to military life.
Torgerson will report for
active duty to undergo basic
training at the Navy's Recruit
Training Center, Great Lakes,

Whiteside completes
Navy basic training
(FHTNC) - Navy
Seaman Apprentice Timothy
G. Whiteside, a 2005 graduate
of Pace High School, Pace,
FL., recently completed U.S.
Navy basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, IL.
During the eight-week
program, Whiteside complet-
ed a variety of training, which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefight-
ing, water safety and survival,
and shipboard and aircraft

Join us at the Milton
Community Center, 5629
Byrom Street, at 7:00 p.m. on
Sunday, December 16th, at
Bay Area Vineyard Church
presents the original drama, A
Willing Heart. For more infor-
mation, call 341-9797.

safety. An emphasis was
also placed on physical fit-
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle
Stations". This exercise
gives recruits the skills and
confidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to gal-
vanize the basic warrior
attributes of sacrifice, dedi-
cation, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical appli-
cation of basic Navy skills
and the core values of
Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly
'Navy' flavor was designed
to take into account what it
means to be a Sailor.

Spann, II,
reports for new duty
(FHTNC) --Navy
Ensign Robert M. Spann, II,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
M. Spann of Navarre, FL,
recently reported for duty
with Training Squadron 21,
Naval Air Station,
Kingsville, Texas.
Spann is a 2002 gradu-
ate of Navarre High School
of Navarre, Fla. and joined
the Navy in May, 2006. He
is a 2006 graduate of U.S.
Naval Academy, Annapolis,
MD. with a BS degree.

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Dear Pastor Gallups - "Chapter 19 of Revelation says
that all the people left on the earth after the rapture of the
church will eventually be destroyed, the antichrist, the false
prophet and the rest. If that is so, then who will be left on the
earth when Jesus and the saints come to rule and reign for
1000 years?" - P.L. - Milton
Dear P.L.,
Your question is one that is asked often, but can be eas-
ily answered upon a closer examination of the scriptures.
Chapter 19 does not say that ALL are destroyed. What it
does say is that the antichrist, the false prophet and ALL the
armies of the kings of the earth that lined up against the
Returning Christ at Armageddon were destroyed. The "rest
of them" - "destroyed" means they died and went to "Hell"
or "prison" where they will await the Great White Throne of
Judgment along with the rest of History's rebellious.
Under God's Wrath - much of the earth is "laid bare"
and "destroyed by fire"...many people will die-(the church
is already raptured at this time)-so one would assume that
those who died went to Hell with the rest. But.. .there will be
some left alive - apparently all over the world.. .from all the
In the book of Isaiah chapter 24, (which is an entire
chapter about this "day") we find the same assurances that
although many are destroyed at the return of the Lord
...there\are some left as well. The books of Joel and Amos
also declare this truth.
P.L., I would also advise you to read II Peter Chapter 3.
Not only does this chapter speak of this day and these things
as well, but it also admonishes those of us who know the
Lord Jesus to live "Holy and Godly" lives in light of this
great Day of Judgment that is surely coming upon the earth.
I pray that someone reading this article today would trust
their life and soul to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987, He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor-
mation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock
Road, Milton, Florida 325,83-paid advertisement

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If you fail to do so, a de- facilities are hereby notified that No further public notice will be will receive sealed bids for one
" fault may be entered to be eligible to bid on school provided regarding these appli- Landfill Cover Machine.
S 7' against you for the relief projects they must be cations. Persons wishing to re-
demanded inthe petition. pre-qualified. Contact the Board main advised of further pro- All bids must be original and
at the above address for infor- ceedinas and any public hear- delivered by hand or 'ed Ex to
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P ments in this case, in- Documents May Be Secured the Technical Staff Report meant Department at 6495 Caro-
ANNOUNCEMENTS eluding orders are availa- From STOA ARCHITECTS 121 should request that in writing to line Street, Milton, FL 32570, or
ble at the Clerc of the Cir- East Government Street Pensa- the Tallahassee address above mailed to the Office of the
Scut Court's office. You cola, Florida, 32502 (pon A or by e -mail to Santa Rosa County Procurement
1100 - Legal Advertising may review these docu- Deposit Of $200.00 Per Set. Department, 6495 Caroline
1110 - Classified Notices ments upon request. Deposit Will Be Refunded Pro. Notices of Proposed Agency Street Suite G, Milton, Florida
1120- Public Notices/ vided That Plans And Sfecifi- Action will be mailed only to 32570' and must be received
S u i ces You must kee the Clerk cations Are Returned In Good persons who have filed such re- by 1:00o a.m., January 8
Announcements of te Circuit Court's office Order To The Architect Within quests. 2008, at which time bids will
1130 - Adoptions notified of your current Seven (7) Days Afer Bid Date be opened and read aloud. All
1140 - Happy Ads address. (You , may file And, Further, Provided That The 120107 interested parties are invited to
1150 - Personals Notice or Current Address, Contractor Submit A Bona Fide 120107 attend.
110 -eos Florida Supreme Court Ap- Bid. 12/1299 Q,
1160-Lost proved Family Low Form Bids shall be submitted on the Questions concerning his
1170- Found 12.915.) Future capers in form supplied by the Architect. ____ equipment should be directed to
this lawsuit will be mailed Each bid must be accompanied Lg 2/3 Jerrell Anderson at (850)
to the address on record by a Bid Bond in the amount of Legal 12/1313 981-7135.
at the clerk's office. 5 of the base bid as auaran- Public He Specifications and bid fo
tee that the successful bidder ubic Hearing Notice Specifications and bid form
WARNING: Rule 12.285, will enter into a written contract Santa Rosa ounty will hol may be secured 'from Santa
Florida Family Law Rules with the Owner and furnish a Sana RosaCountyW'"rnoda Rosa County Website
._-_- .... of Procedure, requires cer- 100% "Performance Bond" and public hearing on a prosed www.santarosa.fl.agov/bids or
.. . tai automatic .disclosure a 100% "Labor and Material enmenttoC ver u e at the Santa Rosa Coun Pro
of documents and infor- Payment Bond" satisfactory to Disaster Recove ry Supplemental curement Departme Count at thero
Station. Failure to comply the Owner Approprination Project above address. Telephone
11I can resulting sanctions, in- The OwnerReserves the Riqht to urrica a on T urs 850 983-1833. Bids received
c-- - - luding dismissal or strik- Waive Informalities in Bidding december 13, 2007 at 9:3 after the time set for the bid
ing of pleadings, and Reject Any and All Bids. - ma. in the Cmission meeting opening will be rejected and re-
By JoHn W. Rogers, Superin- rom a mthe Santa Rosa Couny turned unopened to the bidder.
Dated:.ovember , 0 . YtenofnSchools ' Administrative Offices. To ob'
Dated: November 15, 2007. teen of Schools tain additional information con- The Board of County Commis-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 120107 cernin the public earning con- sioners reserves the right to
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 120507 tact thy Jordan at 185 waive irregularities i bids to
By: Brenda Lambrisky 120807 9831855. The Public Heair reject any or all bids with or
Leal 11/1 296 Deputy Clerk 12/1298 is beina conducted in a handi- without cause and to award
y capped accessible location, the bid that it determines to be
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 112807 ________o.Nishbv Any. handicapped person re- in the best interest of Santa
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 120507 --quirng an interp reter for the Rosa County.
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA 121207 ear ine mpa red or visually iom-
COUNTY, FLORIDAa 1219017 Lel 12/1 299 pa ie should contact Mrs. Jor- Santa Rosa County does not dis
Case No.: 07-131 -DR 11/1296 Notice of Receit of anr ay emer 1 o- ate on thebasis of race,
Division: ENotice of aaeC0o fandaninterpireterwlep9ro.color, national oriain, sex, reli-
n SormwaerApplicaon ided. Any non-English speak- age or handicapped sa-
Wa ne Peterson tin person wishin to atten the hs tint' employment or provision
"ety c r oiar . --Notice is hereby given that pur-pubc heainb should contact of service.
Lre o roems ,Ml C12 / . 8suant to Chapter 373, Florida Nrs Jordan y D er 10
and Legal 12/1,2Statutes and Chapter 62-346, 2007 and Dcanueer'iofer-
Flon orida Adm inistrative Code t beproviu ac-r By order of the Board of Count
Tirffany Star Meyers, INVITATION TO BID Sealed FAC the oIowin pic r te il Commissioners of Santa Rosa
Respondent. Bids Will Beee Received Fram hons' fo '..ind c c c or m UnCoDns e-uCounty,eFlorida.
. rre-quaied C.ontractors By The Stormwater Permit have been re- please call 1-800-955-877 120507
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR Santa Rosa Counf school ceived b the NorthwesFor d ask forrelay, to Santa Rosa 120507
DISSOLUTIO -t r Board, At The Office F The As- Water Management Districth : County.
RAGE - - Mo sistant Superintendent For Ad- gmen Dr Loul. 12/131.5
TO ministralive Services, 6544 Fire-Application #29 received No. 120507
TO TiranyFMeyers house Road Upstairs Confer- member 8 200 from United 120507 Legal 12/1316
121 Virginia Sf, Brewton, AL ence Room (Maintenance Build- Way atf anta dosa Co .,for 12/131N
i.. ngc)(850)983-5123, Milton renovation of the existingco-m - NTI L ICATIO
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- lorida Until 200 PM, Localmercabu n FOR W aTER USE PELRIT
tion has been filed against you Time TUESDAY December 11 e roiling n a n r, de Legal 12/1314
and that you are required to 200, At Which Time An8d St P Milton. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that pur-
serve a copy of your written de- Place All Bids Will Be Publicly " " LA /BACKHOE suant to Chapter 373, Florida
tenses, if any, to it on Wayne Opened And Read Aloud For Applicalon #40 received No- b Statutes the Following applica-
Peterson, whose address is i.. Construction Of PACE member 15 2007, from Re Notice is hereby ven that the lions for water use permits)
5360 Jeremy Dr. Milton, FL Hi H SCHOOL - NEW ATH- gions Bank for construction of a Board of County Commissioners has (have been received by the
32570 on or before December .ii- IELHOUSE" For Theew Re ions Bank building ot Santa Rosa County, Forida, Northwest Florida Water Man-
29 2007, and file the original School Board Of Santa Rosa 4952 sq. ft. with drive throu will receive sealed bid for one agement District:
with the clerk of this Court at County, Florida. . on site of existing Regions Bank, Loader / Backhoe.
6865 Caroline St. Milton FL Any Bids Received After Closin 6650 Carolin reet, Milton. Application number 1 06910
32570, before service on Pe Will Be Returned Unopened. All bids must be original and filed 11/21/2007
tioner or immediately thereafter. All contractors for educational The files containing each of he delivered by hand or Ted Ex to East Milton Water System, Inc
above-listed aOpplications are the Santa Rosa County Procure- 8175 South Airport Road, Mil-
available for inspection Mon- meant Department at 6495 Caro- ton, FL 32583
... . day through Fridayexcept for line Street, Milton, FL 32570 or Requesting a maximum with-
.,...:__ _,_ . . -[leqal holidays, 8:00 a.m. 'to mailed to the Office of the drawal ao 5,738,867 gallons
, .,_ - -- . . . . '-p 5:u 0 p.m. eastern time at the Santa Rosa County Procurement per day from the Foridan and
r \ , /1 n _1 ' Il 1 f , ,,| ~Northwest Florida Water Man- Department, 6495 Caroline Sand-and-G.ravel Aquifer Sys-
S f. \ I r1 It/ 1 M B g [ M agement District's ERP Office Street Suite G Milton Florida tems for Public Supply use by
S\ \IL k H \ f\ V l f -1 8D0 Hospital Dr., Creslview, FL 32570; and must be received existing and proposed facili-
Written obNections to an appli- by 10:00 a.m., January 8 ties..
S} I / I 8 Ut/ Ii lk \\ Y I cation may be made but should 2008, at which time bids will General withdrawal locations
A ,L U ,,,,, ' ,,,,, ", {, 'v , be filed with the District Clerk, be opened and read aloud. All in Santa Rosa County: TO N,
-- - , . 81 Water Manaqement Drive, interested parties are invited to R27W, Sec. 5B 8, TO IN
C " r f7- " Havana, FL 32333 no later attend. R28W Sec 19: Y021. R26y/
rL I ) I ' \ than 14 days from the date of Sec. 29; T02N R27W, Sec.
i L_, s ,, ITJ l S j publication. Written objections Questions concerning this 28, 30, 32D, 33'
,.r, --- - ...... - should identify the objector by equipment should be directed to
................... name and address, and fully de Jerrell Anerson at (850 Interested persons may object to
scribe the objection to the appli- 981-7135. or comment upon the applica-
�* --"4 cation. Filin a written objection tons or submit a written request
. i.. does not entitle you to a Chap- Specifications and bid form for a copy of the staff reports)
I , A TA �3 ler 120, Florida Statutes (F.S., may be secured from Santa containing proposed agency ac-
'W l P11 .�.-Zi 'Administrative Hearina. Only Rosa County Website lion regarding the appficationls
W " those persons whose substantial or by writing to the Division of Re-
Fences/ Decks/ Docks, interests are affected by the ap. at the Santa Rosa County Pro. source Regulation of the North-
Fences/ ecks/ OCKS Tommy's plication and who file a petition curement Department at the west Florida Water Manae-
a nae meeting the requirements of Sec- above address. Telephone meant District attention Tern e-
Border to Border Lawncare lions 120.596 and 120.57 (850) 983-1833. Bids received erson, 15 Water Manage-
Service F' F.S., and Chapter 28-106, after the time set for the bid ment Drive Havana, Florida
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Company rcarep service's written objections will be press' i ceived by 5 o'clock p.m. on De-
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l tpes o encng n- ow g gmg for consideration in its aelibera- sioners reserves the right to
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the bid that it determines to be nice constitutes constructive
in the best interest of Santa notice of this permit application
Rosa County. to all substantially affected per-
sons. A copy of these staff re-
Santa Rosa County does not dis- ports) must be requested in or-
criminate on the basis of race, der to remain advised of further
color na ional origin, sex, reli- proceedings and any public
ion, age, or handicapped sta- hearing ate. Substantially af-
ues in employment or provision fecled persons are entitled to re-
aof service quest an administrative hearing
reading the proposed agency
By order of the Board of County action by submitting a written
Commissioners of Santa Rosa request according to the provi-
County, Florida. ' sions of 28-60F.201, Florida
Administrative Code. Notices of
120507 Proposed Agency Action will be
120507 mailed only to persons who
12/1314 have filed such requests.

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Like new clothing, plus
sizes, small to children's.
Plants, books, shoes,
purses. Lots of Misc. Fri &
Sat. 7th & 8th. 6747
Trammel Dr. by Serenity
Gardens Cem. 1988
Cutlass-runs great.
2-Seadoo Jet Skiis.
4675 Williams Rd. at
the end of Watkins Rd.
Fri & Sat. from 8am until.

Kioti tractor 25 hp,
2WD very, very good
shape wel[ maintained
1 80 hr with finishing
mower. $6800.00.

Electric Wheelchair,
new battery very reason-
able price. 6ree walkers
with sale. 675-6421
Two Jet-3 motorized
wheel chairs. $1,000
each (firm) Call
MED-LIFT Quality reclin-
ing, brown lift chair.
Brand Newl X-tra wide
with battery back up.
Was $1,300, asking "
$750. Call 626-4060

13 Cu. ft. uprite
freezer, excellent condi-
tion $70.00. Formica Ta-
ble 3x4 $50.00, 3
kitchen bar stools, chair
swivel, oak $50.00
Foos Ball Table
5/8th's inch rods.
Harvard. Dark stain
finish. $85.00
Looking for
A good clean, ready to
go, set of carburetors for
a 2000 (or compatablec
year) Yamaha GP800
Waverunner. Please call
864-5745, leave a mes-
sage if no answer.
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable year) to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.

Two piece ladies EMT
pants. Size 12 - New.
30 for both. 623-8385
Yard Machine riding
lawn mower $100.
sheet rock dolly $50.
Call 529-7995

Driver 0/0 Only Home
Weekly and more. We
have some Dedicated
fleets. We have lots and
lots of Freight. No Hid-
den Fees
We pay taos. No Touch
Drop and HOOK.
Ben is your recuiter to get
you to the freight. EZ
Qualify Olderucks OK
Call Ben too day
HOGAN eoe Class A
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No 4:
Problems Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
prany endorsed CDL
Temporary :
Truck Driver *
Help wanted temporary
truck driver. Must have
clean driving record and*
pass drug test. Call"
623-9320 for more infor-o
Web ID #27779224
Help Wanted
Local Italian Restaurant
looking for experienced
servers. Please apply in
person at 3974 Avalon
Now Hiring
Experienced concrete fin-
ishers and laborers. Must
have own transportation.

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6110 - Apartments
8120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
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6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
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6190 - Timeshare Rentals

| 6100
6200 - Vacation Rentals

Office Space for rent,
excellent location. Utili-
ties included starting at
$350/mth. 255-4004
Warehouse for rent ap-
prox. 1200 SF. 6-roll-up
doors. Excellent location.

1 Bedroom unfurnished apart-
ment. Great for seniors. $ 75
month plus deposit, 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
2 bedroom apartment.
Newly renovated. C H &
A. Just of Avalon Blvd.
$550. month / $500 de-
posit. 994-9391
2/1 brick duplex. All ce-
ramic tile, stove, frig,
laundry hookups, fenced
yard with patio.
Non-smokin environ-
ment. $5757mth
2/1 Duplex New appli-
ances and carpet.
2/1 Inside laundry con-
nection. Dead end street.
No Pets. $630/mth
North Milton
2/1 nice duplex, quiet
area. Minutes from Whit-
ing Field, Military wel-
come. $550/mth
$400/deposit.- .
626-8624 or 293-9778

The All New!



I 6130 6150
Navarre Waterfront 2 Pace
br, 2 1/2 ba TH with gar-
age, deep water boat 3BR/1 2BA to .
slip, fireplace & hard-home. All house
woods, screened in 3 95/month winl
porch with acuzzi. Avail 91005/ osit.
/1/08. $1300 mo. or 100/deposit.
Lease option. Small do ok. Cc
850-368-6700 995-1125 or 46;

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| 61.4_ Milton/Munson
3/BR 2/BA, 1552 Long or short
living area. Available Quiet non-smokin
lvno r. Aath ronment. Kitchen
now. $1050/mth dry, utilities, sate/
Non-smoking environ- x, intrnet,uinli
ment. Pets upon ap- Ion stnce inc
proval. Janet Coulter Re- $25/mth. 957--
ally. 206-3666
E. Milton
Off 1-10 & 87. 617C
Nice 3/2, rent to own. 2 bedrooms, 2 b
Fireplace, new carpet & Water furnished.
paint. Water furnished per month, lus c
850 per month plus de- 850-276-7993
posit. 850-276-7993 5277 9 *
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East Milton 3/2 new carpet,
East Milton $475/mth +dr
3/BR 2/BA on 1 acre. $475/mth + de
$700/mth 994-8865 or 99
$500/deposit. East Milton
982-2127 4995 Communil
4/BR Doublewid
East Milton $575/mth $575
Best of both worlds-quiet 981-1631
country 3/BR 2.5/BA
home, minutes to 1-10
w/fireplace, ingound
pool w/pool house, 2
car garage, FL room, and
large porch.
Non-smoking lease ,
references & deposit.
$900/mth 623-9623

House for Rent 2br,
Iba. New paint/ roof Lg S
eat in kitchen. Screened
porch. Utility Rm. Avail.
an 1st. $650/$300. Do you wa
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Rentals 2 & 3 Freedom w
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6/BR 1/BA in Skyline
625/mth media plat1
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3/BR 2/BA $800/mth Your succe
981-163 1 variety of c
Milton/Pace our parent
3/BR 2/BA, double-car (FCI), one
garage. New tile & car- companies
pet. Military clause hon-
ored. $950/mth
$800/deposit. Call For more
North Milton
2/BR 12/BA, Kitchen,
Eating Area, formal Din-
ing and large Living
Room. Utilities & Satellite
included. Finished if de-
sired. $750/mth Tel.
North Milton
3/BR 2/BA
6573 Sinclair St. Total
Electric, CHA no pets.
$800/mth $500/dep. EVS TECI
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6170 6 S170 I
For Rent Milton
Fema Mobile Home 2BD/1 BA water and
3/2. East Gate Mobile garbage furnished.
Home Ranch 626-8973 $550 per month with a
$550 deposit
Holt- 2 br, 1 ba M!I 554-2388 or 983-1725
$500mo+dd. & ref. Sec-
tion 8 accepted 850 Milton
537-6222 or 499-7412 Country Livinc
Peaceful, quiet & clean.
Milton 3/2 on 1 acre with
fenced playyard, storage
3BD/2BA doublewide shed washer/dryer. Mn-
on 1/2 acre corner lot. utes from lakes, creek &
Total Electric New horse stables.
CH/A. No Pets. Non-smoking environ-
$750/mth ment. $600mth/$600ep.
$500/deposit. 957-1001
623-6232. Milton
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Milton Quiet Clean Park
(2)- 2/1 Water & Gar- Rent includes water, gar-
bage included. No pets. bage and lawn service.
375/475mth No Pets.
300deposit. 675-6614 3/2 for $450/mth
2/2 for $500/mth
Milton 2/1 for $365/mth,
2/1 Mobile Home near Call 255-7772
Whiting Field $450/mth
$450/security Milton
Don Cumbie ealty RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
Call:Barbara 377-6787 $250/mth water &
Garbage included.
Milton 623-8753
2/2 on Avalon Blvd.
Total Electric. 626-8973 Pace
2-Mobile Homes, nice,
Milton clean & quiet. No pets.
2/BR totally renovated. $475/mth
$350/mth $400/damage deposit.
$200/deposit. No pets. Help with the 1 st mths
368-7506 or 983-1091 rent. 995-1717

East Milton
Like Country living?
3/BR 2/BA mobile home
5 minutes to 1-10 on quiet
country acre. Fenced
ya-r '�Ai Or)()

2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Very good condition, low
mileage, 2 new tires.
$12,000.00 Call:

yardo -$60Y,,000.
623-9623 Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
Pace 723-5048
1/2 ACRE
For Sale $46,000 OBO *
Call 994-0849 or
554-7654 8120
1983 AMC Jeep CiJ5
4-wheel drive with new
top and doors. $5000
mint condition. 9941667

2006 Toyota Avalon,
Mary Esther Two 1 Touring. Like new, excel-
acre panoramic deep lent condition, one
water estate lots. fabu- owner, driven only lo-
lous docks on intercoastal cally. Power package,
waterway. $925K and fully loaded, many ex-
$865K. Call tras, sun roof, dark red
850-598-6614 with black leather inte-
rior. 14 300 miles. Must
sell Call: 850-623-1446

3/2 Brick home. Newly t
remodeled, 1500+ SF. Destin by the
Nice area. $114,900. Sea
Call Dave at Gated beachfront com-
1-866-660-3131 munity. Luxurious home,
bargain priced! $875K

Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.~
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.- This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2CA garage.- You will
find a very open split
floor plan with a mag-
nificent kitchen featur-
ing beautiful stainless
appliances includingn
refrigerator) and tons o1
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.- There is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced. You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.-
Offered at only
$194900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.-
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United

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1. Cribbage pieces
5. Forum lingo
10. Gossip Barrett
14. James Dean's alma
15. Madison Square
Garden, for one
16. Scientist Pavlov
17. Son of Odin
18. Mount a gem again
19. Waistcoat
20. In the direction of
22. Gladiators' spears
24. Having foot digits
26. Cook's or grand
27. Clinton, for one
31. Cuddle
35. Couturier Cassini
36. Word before wave or
38. Touchy-feely greeting
39. Spy Hari
40. Wild
41. Mister, in Munich
42. Frat letter
43. Powerful beam
44. Understanding
phrase (2 wds.)
45. Hardly ever
47. Easiest
50. Acronym unit (abbr.)
52. Playwright Coward
53. Caused to leave the
57. Sprinted

8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


.LOW "
One owner vehicle
Under Warranty
15,200 actual miles.
Kia Sorento EX '06.
One owner, exc. cond.
with plastic' still cover-
ing carpets. Abosolutly
must see. 15,200 ac-
tual miles Asking
$18,900 Private
owner. 850-665-3265

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3/BR 1/BA $500/mth
plus security.

7100 - Homes
7110 - Beach Home/
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


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61. False god
62. A Castle
64. Mote .
65. Watch the girls go by
66. He played
Gentleman Jim
67. Gloomy
68. Army surgeon Walter
69. Posts
70. Amend copy

1. Golf stroke
2. Repercussion
3. Radiate
4. Jean Harlow's last
5. Pantry
6. TV's "You___
7. Litmus, for one
8. Inactive
9. Baseball league
10. Delaware and
Missouri, e.g.
11. Browning domain
12. Cartoonist Thomas
13. Tiny workers
21. Fabulous flier of
Persian legend
23. Slap-happy event?
25. Calendar
27. Astro and King
28. Please to pieces
29. Gold or silver

Grows sleepy
Not those
Items in a tackle box
White heron
"Splish Splash"
Groups of relatives
Burt's ex
Started a phone call,
Cover girls
Split _ soup
Ground (French)
New Look introducer,
in fashion
Attach lace
Cattle call prize
Actor Bruce
Small needle case
Small arrow
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Positions available at Jay Hospital, Baptist Health Care Affiliate. For further info.
please contact Chanda Gay, Human Resources at 850-675-8069. Applications,
accepted online at

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82 Ford P/U. 6-cylinder.
Runs good, mag wheels.
$600 obo.
Call: 623-6339 or

Santa's Sled Tundra
Heavy duty grear hauling
truck. 7,000 miles. Gun
metal gray, bucket seats.
Many extras, new rails.
Must see to appreciate.
623-8565 or

- 8140 |

1994 Custom Astro Van
4 Captain Seats/full rear
seat or bed. 1 Owner
55K miles $4000
Call: 623-3533

17ft John Boat for sale.
Foot control, trollin mo-
tor 541bs trust and bat-
tery. 40hp Evinrude mo-
tor, steering wheel
operated, 2-live wells
$1200. Call 748-4718
ask for Tommy

| 8220

Looking for
A good clean, ready to
go, set of carburetors for
a 2000 (or comparable
year) Yamaha GP800
Waverunner. Please call
864-5745, leave a mes-
sage if no answer.

Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable year) to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.

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